SSX Tricky ROM

SSX Tricky rom
When focusing on the main objectives, SSX Tricky is about 11½ Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 21 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

Once your Tricky meter is full you have to jump, preferably over a ramp or a place where you can get good air time (there is no such thing as a ground Uber).

While in the air you can either perform one of four generic tricks that your character shares with others, or perform their special character-only trick.

To execute a general trick, hold only one shoulder button, and then press the square button. Your character will immediately start doing the Uber trick. To execute a character-specific trick, hold R1+R2

If you land successful tricks, those will fill up your boost. If you screw up a trick, bump into objects, press select, or fall, you will lose some of the boost. You can completely fill the Tricky meter instantly by scoring a knockdown on someone during the race.

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Download the official SSX Tricky ROM in the (USA and European) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GBA ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the SSX Tricky ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.

Additional Information

Also, be sure to check out SSX 3.

SSX Tricky, also known as SSX 2 or SSX 2: Tricky, is a snowboarding video game, the second game in the SSX series published by Electronic Arts under the EA Sports BIG label and developed by EA Vancouver. A direct sequel to SSX, the game was originally released in 2001 for PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Xbox, It was later ported to the Game Boy Advance in October 2002. SSX 3 followed in 2003.

In SSX Tricky, players can choose among twelve characters, participate in races or trick competitions, and earn rewards. It is named after Run-D.M.C.’s “It’s Tricky”, a song that is featured throughout the game. Additionally, the game includes a behind-the-scenes making-of video, which is labelled DVD Content in the main menu. One of the major new features is the addition of Uber Tricks, absurdly unrealistic and exaggerated tricks, often involving detaching the board from the snowboarder’s feet.

The player can gain access to Uber Tricks during play after filling the adrenaline bar; performing six Uber Tricks earns the player unlimited boost for the rest of the race. Another added feature is the rivalry system, where knocking down an opponent will make them more hostile. Gameplay continues the same basic method introduced in the original SSX. The main tracks are remixes from the previous game like Merqury City, which takes place in a New York City-based downtown area, and Tokyo Megaplex, a course resembling a giant pinball machine, plus two new tracks, Garibaldi and Alaska and it features twelve characters. 

Winning medals in a variety of events unlocks new courses, characters, and boards, as well as improved the boarder’s abilities. New outfits may be earned by completing a character’s trick book, by doing a number of specific tricks during play. Three kinds of boards are available to players: trick-oriented Freestyle boards, all-around BX boards, and racing-oriented Alpine boards, which are not meant to be ridden backwards.

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SSX Tricky

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Release Date

North America: 31 October 2002
Europe: 1 November 2002




EA Vancouver


Game Boy Advance


USA, Europe


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